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Burglary at Four Corners leaves cash stolen at one shop, broken windows at several

Burglary at Four Corners leaves cash stolen at one shop, broken windows at several

By Audrey Levenson, Business Editor
December 2, 2021

Money was taken from the cash register of Number 1 Chinese Restaurant early Thursday morning, and the storefront windows of the restaurant, Four Corners Pizzeria and Fashion Care Organic Dry Cleaners...

The front end of the Westchester County Bee-Line articulated bus rests on two concrete barriers after the accident.

Bee-Line bus collides with outdoor dining barriers, closing Fifth Avenue block for three hours

December 1, 2021

A Westchester County Bee-Line articulated bus collided with concrete barriers used for outdoor dining, shutting down Fifth Avenue between Second and Third Streets for more than three hours Wednesday morning. The...

Village hall for the Village of Pelham Manor.

Pelham Manor board abandons plan for leaf-blower ban, sets limits instead

By Ulysses Conrad, Assistant Managing Editor/Opinions
November 24, 2021

At least for now, the Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees has abandoned a proposed plan to ban gas-powered leaf blowers in 2024, instead unanimously passing a local law introduced Monday that limits...

The outdoor area dining at Cantina Lobos.

Criticism from business leaders as Village of Pelham restaurants must end outdoor dining next week

By Amina Pucci, Staff Reporter
November 24, 2021

After pressure from restaurant owners and the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, the original deadline to end outdoor dining on Oct. 31 was pushed back to next Tuesday by the Village of Pelham Board of Trustees....

Pelham Board of Education violates Open Meetings Law: state panel

Pelham Board of Education violates Open Meetings Law: state panel

By Pelham Examiner editors
November 18, 2021

The Pelham Board of Education regularly violates the state Open Meetings Law in two different ways, according to an advisory opinion issued by the New York State Committee on Open Government. In the...

Champ to take 34-day leave for husbands surgery, recommends former superintendent as interim

Champ to take 34-day leave for husband’s surgery, recommends former superintendent as interim

By Cristina Stefanizzi, Deputy Managing Editor
November 17, 2021

Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ will be taking a leave of absence from Dec. 1 to Jan. 3 as her husband recovers from major surgery for a benign tumor. Champ will recommend to the school board Wednesday...

Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow closes: Clay Bushong plans to reopen new business in space in early February

By Julianna Lieggi, Staff Reporter
November 16, 2021

Local ice cream shop Double Rainbow at 205 Wolfs Lane closed on Oct. 31 to be reconfigured into a new business. The move came a year after Pelham businessman Clay Bushong acquired the location. “There...

Diwali celebration fills Pelham Art Center courtyard with light of dance and story

Diwali celebration fills Pelham Art Center courtyard with light of dance and story

By Hannah Steinberg, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2021

Words were effortlessly translated into art by the movement of dancers Saturday at the Pelham Art Center’s Diwali celebration.  Vibrant dresses and the sound of bells created a scene that told the...

The Pelham Memorial High School/Pelham Middle School campus.

Residents criticize administrators, suggest changes after Nov. 1 emails on threats caused students to flee PMHS

During the past week, parents and students have voiced criticisms and suggestions for change in the wake of an online post by a student that others perceived to be threatening and several unrelated incidents...

Winter Wonderland brings horse and carriage rides, Santa, caroling, holiday market to Pelham Nov. 27

Winter Wonderland brings horse and carriage rides, Santa, caroling, holiday market to Pelham Nov. 27

By Phoebe Schwarz, Staff Reporter
November 8, 2021

The Pelham Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Winter Wonderland Nov. 27 to kick off the holiday shopping season at the town's small businesses. The event will begin with Santa taking pictures from 9...

The PMHS football team celebrated with the Colonial Cup.

PMHS football’s generational season comes to an end with loss at Somers

By Tobias D'Amore, Staff Reporter
November 6, 2021

Pelham Football’s historic season came to an end Friday night in a 35-7 semi-final loss against top seeded Somers.  The Pelicans came in with a lot of momentum, finishing the regular season with...

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